Python’s map() Function Transforming Iterables
Python’s map() is a built-in function that allows you to process and transform all the items in an iterable without using an explicit for loop, a technique commonly known as mapping. map() is useful when you need to apply a transformation function to each item in an iterable and transform them into a new iterable. map() is one of the tools that support a functional programming style in Python.
In this course, you’ll learn:
How Python’s map() works
How to transform different types of Python iterables using map()
How to combine map() with other functional tools to perform more complex transformations
What tools you can use to replace map() and make your code more Pythonic